Cross reference overload Arc graph of cross references in the Bible

Cross-reference overload

Christoph Römhild and Chris Harrison

Believing a story about a Creator who is the mastermind of the entire universe and who would design a plan to save the people of the world from their transgressions through sacrificing His Son sounds like a fantastical, mythological whopper of a story.  However, when you start ingesting the Bible with an open mind, the light goes on!  The Old and New Testaments cross reference one another over and over again over thousands of years!  Naming them “Testament” is apropos because they are together, in fact, proof of the Gospel.  And John 20:29 says we who have not seen Him, but choose to believe, are blessed.  That’s us!

Open Bible and cross
Jesus is throughout Scripture. John 5:39 says: All Scripture points to Him.

Above you see the amazing cross reference graph created by Chris Harrison and Christoph Römhild.  It’s breathtaking.  And to take it a step further, Robert Rouse made it interactive, so you can click on the line and see what Bible reference is.  Check it out:

The whole Bible is about Jesus, so it shouldn’t be a surprise with God as the ultimate author that His Work is nothing short of astonishing. John 5:39 NLT — You search the Scriptures because you think they give you eternal life. But the Scriptures point to me!